If you’re getting bored of your work bags, then look no further than these gorgeous new “It” bags to inspire and tempt you. Each of them is enjoying some well-deserved time in the spotlight now, whether its because of their design or practicality. Get to know the names of each “It” bag, and start making your shopping lists. Or send this article or your hubby, in case he needs some gift inspiration!
1. The Saddle Bag by Christian Dior
Popularised by the likes of Beyonce, Paris Hilton and Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex And The City, the Saddle bag enjoyed its fair share of the spotlight in the early 2000s. This season, Dior’s Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri chose to bring it back into focus by updated the saddle with a cleaner shape in a myriad of finishes. The classic leather styles will definitely sell like hotcakes, but its her beaded designs that will truly turn heads.
2. The Severine Bag by Prada
While the shape of the Severine isn’t particularly unique, its the pattern that makes it stand out. Dipping into the house’s massive archive of patterns and prints, Miuccia Prada skillfully matches different patterns to create beautifully chaotic designs that will sure fly off the shelves.
3. The Gate Bag by Loewe
While the brand is no stranger to making “It” bags, having found favour in the Puzzle and the Barcelona bags previously, the Gate bag is guaranteed to be the envy of your friend group. Its shape straddles the fine line between business and casual perfectly, and the endless array of colour and material mixtures offer something for everyone. Carry it with a suit or jeans, your choice.
4. The Drew Bijou Bag by Chloé
Chloé is no stranger to most people, thanks to their signature designs that are both girlish and free-spirited. What’s awesome about this bag is that it features a statement chain handle, which can help dress up an empty wrist or a dull day. On top of that, this particular design features the coveted horse embroidery, which was seen on everything from blazers to slacks in the last season.
5. The Bissett Bag by Staud
Structured bucket bags are still going on strong this season, so if you haven’t found one yet, maybe you should try looking at Staud’s line of bags. The brand has made a name among fashion insiders, thanks to their hyper-covetable and affordable line of bags. This croc-embossed design is equal parts sleek and wearable.
6. The Twist Bag by Louis Vuitton
The luxury fashion giant’s signature bag gets a cool update thanks to its sporty detailing and colour-blocked segments. Despite being trend-driven, this design has the potential to remain a classic thanks to its evergreen colours designs.
7. The Belt Bag by Marc Jacobs
Yes, the ’90s is in full swing again thanks to the return of the belt bag. Fortunately, the new proliferation of the iconic waistpacks this season are sleeker, cooler and more wearable (think more “street chic” and less “dad bag”). We’re digging the belt bag from Marc Jacobs, thanks to its versatile design, elevated sporty feel and spaciousness.
8. The Luna Bag by Wandler
Another cult brand, Wandler has made a name for its structured bags that have served working women well. The new design from the brand is a shoulder-slung bag that features sleek curves and lots of colour-blocking.